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T-6A CONTACT
CHAPTER SEVEN
POSITION
ALTITUDE
AIRSPEED
CONFIG
POSITION
1/3 down the runway,
Offset up to 1/4 WTD on
HIGH KEY
3000 feet AGL
runway heading
Gear Down
Flaps UP
Crossing the landing line
CROSSWIND
2400 feet AGL
120 KIAS
NOTE: Not yet perpendicular to
landing line
110 KIAS
Gear Down
2/3 WTD (fuel cap) from
LOW KEY
1500 feet AGL
runway
Flaps TO
on Final
Gear Down
Perpendicular to landing
600-800 feet
line; halfway between low
BASE KEY
Flaps
AGL
key and the runway
LDG*
Figure 7-4 ELP Checkpoints
NOTES
*1.  Do not lower flaps to LDG until landing is assured. Because
drag will increase dramatically once landing flaps have been
lowered, attempt to utilize LDG flaps more as means to shorten
landing roll and less as a means to manage energy in the ELP.
2. At low key, do not lower the flaps if below profile. If engine
power is available (PEL), add power to maximum allowable per
emergency procedure, regain profile, and select flaps to TO. If
without power, continue on the ELP, modify ground track if
required, regain profile, and select flaps as required.
702.
SIMULATED POWER LOSS
The instructor, reducing power to idle, will initiate the simulated power loss above 3000 feet
AGL and state, "You have a simulated power loss." This may occur at any airspeed and
configuration. Fly to intercept the ELP profile while simultaneously executing the appropriate
procedures.
Review the NATOPS, Section III, Engine Failure During Flight discussion. Pay close attention
to engine failure indications and aircraft zoom capability. At the instructor'discretion,
s
simulated power losses can lead you to a number of different emergency scenarios, such as
Engine Failure in Flight, Uncommanded Propeller Feather, Uncommanded Power Changes/Loss
of Power, Compressor Stall, etc. The simulated resolution of the scenario may come in the form
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
7-5


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